The Agenda from the "Representing Arab and Muslim-Americans in the Trump Era" CLE
On April 11, the UNC Center for Civil Rights facilitated a
seminar for lawyers on how to best represent Arab and Muslim-Americans under
the current administration. Speakers included Christopher Brook of the ACLU of
North Carolina, Bradley Banis of Barnwell, Whaley Patterson & Helms, Joseph
Zeszotarski Jr. of Gammon, Howard & Zeszotarski, Manzoor Cheema of Project
South and Catherine Kim of the University of North Carolina School of Law.
Topics ranged from challenging naturalization and green card delays to counseling
clients facing questioning by law enforcement to the Muslim immigrant bans. The
Center was proud to cosponsor the CLE with the North Carolina chapter of the
National Lawyers Guild and Project South.
Posted by Brent J. Ducharme on Mon. April 17, 2017 4:19 PM
General, Professional Development